Jim & Lauren’s Wedding was held on Phillip Island on 8 November 2014. You can tell simply by looking at these images and the smiles on their faces that Jim and Lauren had a ball on their wedding day. There is not to many images without a big grin or a laugh and that is exactly what a wedding day should be all about.
Their ceremony was held on the Cowes Foreshore with the reception taking place at the The Shearing Shed. The Shearing shed is a superb venue for a reception, split between two levels, The Shearing Shed boasts a fully licenced kitchen & bar, plenty of seating areas, stage, and dance floor. The barn has been renovated to create an amazing space for wedding ceremonies. If you’re looking for a Rustic Function area with heaps of room then you need to check this place out!
Celebrant Pam Lewis did a wonderful job and we can put anyone in touch with her if required, she comes highly recommended.
Here are some words from the bride about her wedding day:
When and how did you meet?
Met at Uni through a mutual friend And what were your first thoughts? Love at first sight!
How did he propose?
He proposed on the beach while walking our dogs, I felt very excited
Where are you going on your honeymoon?
Nothing booked yet but it will be over new years
What are your future plans together?
Where is your ceremony and reception being held and why did you choose these venues? Ceremony – Cowes beach Erehwon Point. Reception – The Shearing Shed. Both are amazingly beautiful places
What does your wedding dress look like?
Sweetheart neckline with a one shoulder lace strap, chiffon material. Diamond bracelet and Swarovski earrings
Do you have a Theme or style to your wedding?
Hair & Makeup – please describe what your hair and makeup is like and who the suppliers are.
My sister in law, Jess Moulynox from Metamorph Mua makeup artistry did my makeup, natural colours and airbrushed foundations.
Hair was done by Ella Anderson – side bun with a flower hair piece.
Who is conducting your service?
Celebrant – Pam Lewis
What are your flowers like and who is the supplier?
Flowers are silk Tiger Lillie’s made overseas. Buttonholes are from Tropical Zone, Cowes
Wedding Favours & Cake – what are they like and who is the supplier?
My Nan, Marie Snell made the cake. A two tiered chocolate mud cake with handmade tiger lily flowers.
Wedding favours were made by my cousin, Jess Flannery. Orange and white, chocolate mud cupcakes.
We had our own cars
Food & Drink
Food was absolutely amazing, cocktail style from The Shearing Shed